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VOYAGEURS NATIONAL PARK TOURS, MN

Kettle Falls Cruise (Rainy Lake)

Boat Tour
6 hr. 30 min.

Notice:

Tour dates are August 30, September 6 only. Tour starts at 10am for all dates given.
Minimum number of paying passengers for tour to go is 22.
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Tour Description

Voyage to the Historic Kettle Falls Hotel. This tour takes you on a cultural and natural history tour of the park. Spend 2.5 hours aboard the Voyageur getting to the hotel. Once at the hotel spend 2 hours on land dining and touring the site. Then spend 2 hours on your return route. Tour runs from 10:00 am - 4:30 pm


Tour Details

  • Duration: 6 hr. 30 min.
  • Distance: 64 miles
  • Number of Steps: 8
  • Accessible: No
  • Effort: Moderate

Know Before You Go

Check in for tour 30 minutes prior to departure. No smoking. Food or drink is not allowed but may be purchased on the boat. There is a restroom aboard the boat. Jackets, mosquito spray, and sunscreen are recommended. The boat is accessible but the Hotel is not.


Accessibility

The boat is wheelchair accessible, but the Hotel is not.


Amenities

Water available for purchase, upper non-enclosed deck and lower enclosed deck. Lunch may be purchased at the Hotel but is not included in the tour price.


Directions

From International Falls, MN, take Highway 11 east 11 miles to the Rainy Lake Visitor Center entrance sign. Once at the entrance sign turn right onto the entrance road and travel 1.5 miles to the visitor center. The boat is located on the dock below the center.


Note: Some Tours may be available only from the Tour Park on a first-come-first-served basis. Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the Tour Park.
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